I have been making effort to fill DMCA Takedown Notice to Google but is not working. Google did not bring up any form for me to fill. Can someone help me get this sorted out. Step by step guide. Thanks.
Unless google has stolen your material (unlikely) or is hosting a site that did, filing a DMCA there will accomplish nothing.
Check my profile and carousel - there are detailed instructions on filing a DMCA, and who to file with, in a hub written for hubbers. There are also instructions in the help section of HP.
It accomplishes getting them delisted from Google search results. Which often helps motivate them to fix the issue and get back into Google's good graces.
https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … 4905?hl=en
When I clicked on the link, I selected web search, and finally A page appearing in Google’s search results is violating my company’s trademark rights. I was not shown any other form to fill. Thanks for the reply but will be glad if you assist me further.
From memory I think you have to click "legal issue not mentioned above" twice, then "someone is infringing my copyright" then "other" then scroll down to where it says "form" and click that.
Yeah, not really obvious is it?
This link should take you straight to the form
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